Titans join Chiefs, Bills as one of four teams with perfect continuity

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The Titans picked the perfect year to have perfect continuity.

For the first time in a long time, the Tennessee Titans have continuity on their side.

Warren Sharp recently said that one of the reasons he was a big believer in the Buffalo Bills this season, was that they were one of the few teams in the NFL with real continuity in their offense.

While defense is important, offense wins championships in the NFL and offense has historically proven to be more predictable than defense. To that end, having continuity on offense is incredibly important because if you have an offense that is sustainable can get you into the playoffs, but a good defense rarely can by itself.

To sum that up, not only is offense more important than defense in winning games but investing in building an offense usually yields the best short and long term rewards.

So I wanted to take a look at where the Titans stood compared to the league in terms of continuity, what boxes they checked, what they didn’t check, and what to expect.

Let’s start by looking at just how many boxes the Titans checked off and why those things are important specifically to this team.